Home Web designer profit Reigning on the tennis board

Reigning on the tennis board

2
0

Sadia Rahman Mou won three gold medals in singles, doubles and team table tennis at the 9th Bangabandhu Games in Bangladesh. Photos: courtesy

“>



Sadia Rahman Mou won three gold medals in singles, doubles and team table tennis at the 9th Bangabandhu Games in Bangladesh. Photos: courtesy

Sadia Rahman Mou won three gold medals in singles, doubles and team table tennis at the 9th Bangabandhu Games in Bangladesh. She was also awarded bronze medals in 2016 and 2019 at the South Asian Games.

In addition, she was the women’s doubles and team games champion at the national table tennis competition in 2017.

For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel.

“I just came out of a workout,” Mou exclaimed in a phone conversation with Star Youth, The Daily Star. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the training camps did not run at full capacity, but Mou still managed to win the award with no more than a week of training for the Bangabandhu Games. in Bangladesh this year.

In the final stages of the last two tournaments she won, Mou faced her cousin, a five-time national table tennis champion.

“Even though I won, I still learned a lot from her in games. Her expertise, pressure and control are so much more advanced than mine,” said Mou, who was the singles champion, in doubles and in teams at the 2018 Youth Games.

It seems that table tennis was Mou’s vocation in life as she took part in tournaments from a young age, in Narail. “I just considered table tennis to be one of the many things that interested me, along with dancing, music and recitation. When I started to perform well in tournaments, people noticed. Soon it was. “I got a call from the national camp. I never imagined playing this sport at the national level,” shared the table tennis wonder.

Mou now has her own center in Green Road, where she coaches other young table tennis players.

With his mother as his biggest supporter, Mou perfectly balances his academic pursuits and athletic goals.

However, she considers table tennis to be a little known sport in Bangladesh and wishes to become a doctor by profession.

“I would like table tennis to be as widely recognized in Bangladesh as cricket. If parents encouraged their children to pursue their table tennis dreams beyond leisure hours, we could have foreign coaches training us and more players could bring the sport to the country’s international platforms. ,” she said.

Mou is currently in Dhaka, preparing for the Asian Table Tennis Championships to be held in Qatar this year.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here